WHY SHOULD I CHOOSE PETGOOD’S POOL BAGS OVER OTHER DEGRADABLE BABY BAGS IN THE MARKET?
Unfortunately, you can not trust everything that is called degradable. The fact that something is biodegradable means that it can be broken down into smaller and smaller pieces of bacteria, fungi or microbes and then taken up again by the surrounding environment. Basically everything, including plastic, can be called biodegradable, because it eventually degrades. It can only take a very, very long time. How crazy is that ?! And how easy is it not to mislead consumers by calling microplastic products biodegradable? Many biodegradable poop bags on the market contribute to increased CO2 emissions and leave microplastics behind in nature. They are often made from sugar cane or recycled plastic. Oil is then used to make the plastic and the end product is often transported across continents. We know … it’s a shitty story! But we want to change that. Petgood’s poop bags are therefore made of corn and other plant-based materials, which makes them completely free of plastic and 100% compostable and biodegradable. They are manufactured in the EU with 100% renewable energy to further minimize our paw imprint on the climate. Biodegradable poop bags made from recycled plastic often take about 36 months or more to break down. Our poop bags decompose in 6 months on land and 2 years in the sea, which gives an average decomposition time of less than 12 months.